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Wearing Out One’s Welcome: Sitting by Designation on the Court of Appeals
The Pundit appreciates dissent. Sometimes the best dissents arrive dressed as concurrences, as in Price v Board of Trustees of the Indiana Laborer’s Pension Fund (6th Cir. Jan 2011), written by a district court judge sitting by designation on the … Continue reading
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